Tour de París con crucero por el Sena y almuerzo en la Torre Eiffel
A continuación, subirá a un crucero por el río Sena para descubrir 2.000 años de historia de París. El almuerzo se servirá en el restaurante 58 Tour Eiffel situado en la primera planta de la Torre Eiffel. El restaurante está a 95 metros (311 pies) de altura y cuenta con vistas panorámicas del Sena hasta el Trocadero, que pueden apreciarse a través de las grandes ventanas panorámicas.
En las salidas a mediodía, la visita comenzará con el recorrido turístico, seguido de un almuerzo a las 14.00 h y terminará con el crucero situado a los pies de la Torre Eiffel.
- Crucero por el río Sena (1 hora)
- Excursión en autobús por París (1,5 horas)
- Almuerzo en la Torre Eiffel
- Traslado en autobús con aire acondicionado
- Propina (opcional)
- Traslado de ida y vuelta al hotel
- Comida y bebida, a menos que se indique lo contrario
- Recibirá confirmación en el momento de efectuar la reserva
- La excursión no es apta para sillas de ruedas
This trip helped me to see most of Paris. And I enjoyed my time in Eiffel Tower. it feels nice to skip the lines!
Our guide Sophie was very knowledgeable and interesting. She made sure that everything ran smoothly and that we made the most of our time.
1st visit to paris did some research and took the chance. Our guide was minimal but efficient and helpful. whole process ran smoothly skip the que at Tower was the best thing ..only qued for elevator like everyone. Would definitely book services again Highly recommended .Thanku
Great tour. Lunch at the Eiffel Tower was wonderful. Had the duck and it was fabulous.
We really enjoyed this experience. It provided an excellent overview of the main sites of Paris. The coach is enclosed so you can see things well on your side, but cannot on the other side. I went to the top level, but the front windshield was very cracked which hindered views from the front. You are given earpieces and can select your language. After the bus tour, we were driven to where the boat docks for the cruise. Our group then walked a short distance with a guide to lunch at 58 Tour Eiffel, which was excellent. Our guide left us there after explaining which exit to take from the Eiffel Tour to walk back to the dock for our cruise. We were given a ticket that could be used anytime so that we could stay as long as we want at the Eiffel Tour before taking the cruise that leaves every 1/2 hour. For the cruise I sat on top outside to have a 360 view, which was a good choice. There is a commentary that you can access on your smartphone by logging onto their Wi-Fi and choosing your language. Please note, however, that my phone (Samsung Galaxy S9) was not able to play the commentary when I was using the camera. I had to switch back and forth. Overall, we really enjoyed the experience and felt it provided a good overview of the main tourist attractions of Paris. We could then choose which ones we wanted to go back to later and explore more fully.
The tour guide we met at the river cruise was awesome- very friendly- the lunch at the Eiffel Tower was very good the river cruise was really nice and the bus tour through Paris was very informative
Nice half-day tour that includes a Seine River Cruise and a hard to get reservation for lunch in the Eiffel Tower! Great way to start the day before exploring Musee de Orsay and Notre Dame on our own after lunch.
This tour is a must!!! We got a great overview of the city and the highlight was the lunch at the Eiffel tower- it was amazing!!!!
As a tour guide for Paris and London, I always look for a different event to add to the trip. The city tour is important because it gives my clients an over all view of Paris so they can get their bearings. The lunch in the Eiffel's tower is my big seller. Most of my clients are Newbies first time travelers abroad and are glad to have me take them around. Viator offers a variety of tours, and reasonable prices, that I can use. The cruise on the Seine is not something most people would think of buy separately, so having it included in the tour turns out to be a delightful surprise for my clients. I have been to Paris going on 14 times now, and the city still takes my breath way.